1977. A family is murdered in cold blood. The case goes unsolved for decades and remains a mystery. Enter the present day, detective Lee Southward is sent on assignment to infiltrate an illegal underground fighting tournament and bring in the organizers. Lee battles his way to the top of the tournaments in attempts to get closer to the organizers. As Lee draws closer and begins to piece clues together he is brought back to the case closed decades ago. However there is a problem: The organizers are of the undead and crave human blood! Lee must fight his way through all the sex, drugs, and violence of the underground while trying to piece together evidence with the help of an undercover officer and find a way to stop the undead!
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Joel M (kr) wrote: 7/10: Very underrated, brilliant and chilling psychological thriller/horror, with its beautifully orchestrated "single continuous take" real time concept. I especially like the the simplistic silence of the film's score that just adds to the tension and suspense!!! (*this is how a good horror movie is made) Highly recommended!!!
Ella H (gb) wrote: Was what I expected, so.
Gabriel C (jp) wrote: oh man i cant stand Keisuke Koide..he just ruins the whole movie for me..a great performance from miyazaki aoi as usual
Steve W (gb) wrote: This is basically a rehash of the first movie, without Andy Lau. That's not a good thing. Didn't like how they left a few plotlines unsolved, such as Ken's gambling debts and the small romance between Teresa and Ho.
Raul G (ca) wrote: A little boring to me but, pretty soild
Alan H (us) wrote: I almost like the idea of the film better than the film itself, which is sometimes slow with a bittersweet ending. The main character has to act witty at court so he can gain an audience with the king to get money he desperately needs for his village - a cruel joke of beaucracy that actually occured with this type of monarchy. Some interesting scenes about developing sign language for the deaf as well.
Orlok W (mx) wrote: Lugosi with LOTS of hair--Going Ape in Hollywood Circa 1943 Bela Lugosi style!!
Laura B (nl) wrote: aww connors in it hahaha
Evagelia (fr) wrote: the best just love it
Kristina M (ca) wrote: While the whole underdog coming from behind to win is a compelling story it has been done a million times. The movie is slow and seems to make the point that no matter how much of a moral failure you are you can still win!